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Herrasmiesseikkailija ja yksityisetsivä

Yle esitti syksyllä 2015 uusintana klassikkokuunnelman “Hyvää iltaa, nimeni on Cox – Tytöllä oli sata nimeä” vuodelta 1966. Kuunnelma perustuu Rolf ja Alexsandra Beckerin kirjoittamiin romaaneihin herrasmiesseikkailija ja uhkapeluri Paul Coxista. 834 more words

Paul Cox

Force of Destiny—a thoughtful film about surviving cancer

By Richard Phillips
16 November 2015

Written and directed by Paul Cox

Force of Destiny, veteran filmmaker Paul Cox’s latest feature, is an intimate work about what happens when an individual is diagnosed with terminal cancer and how the ensuing struggle impacts on the victim and his or her immediate friends and relatives. 926 more words

Business

Portraying cancer in Australian film

(I originally published the following article on Croakey, Australia’s independent, in-depth social journalism for health blog, on 9 September 2015, under the title “Cancer on Screen”.  861 more words

Film Reviews

CMT SPOTLIGHT (ATLANTA, GA) on PAUL E. COX -- LISTEN: Dr. Cox on Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living Saturday 1-1:30p

MEET Paul E. Cox, MD, MS
 | ATLANTA, GA
Double Board Certified

Dr. Paul Cox is a double board certified physician in Anti-Aging and Family Medicine. 144 more words

National Headlines

19th September 2015

That was the date we shipped seven (yes, seven) goals at home to Bromley – a club whose very existence had only become apparent to me a few months earlier. 129 more words

Questions, questions, questions

Yesterday’s news that Paul Cox has resigned as manager has, to put it mildly, knocked the stuffing out of Torquay United’s supporters. With so much going wrong, the one person who had the fans’ complete trust was Cox – a manager who recently won this league, after all. 291 more words

Portraying cancer in Australian film

The following article was written by Don Perlgut, PhD, Executive Officer of The Bright Alliance. It was originally published on Croakey, Australia’s independent, in-depth social journalism for health blog, on 9 September 2015, under the title “Cancer on Screen”.  912 more words

Opinion